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Wednesday, April 25, 2001 - Michael Kearns

Backup your Files

If you have files or documents that are important, it's necessary that you make duplicates of them. Don't forget that your data is very vulnerable to media-errors, users-errors, natural disasters, and acts of God. We provide nightly back-ups for Staff, Faculty, and lab machines, however, no one cannot guarantee that your file(s) were undamaged before it was backed-up.

If your computer is part of the back-up but not getting backed up, go here.

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